We are very fortunate to have Robin Sharan with us today, doing the very real, essential and practical healing work and education that she does.
Robin truly devotes herself to the health of those who come to her sessions and retreats and is offering therapies and education which benefit folks long after they return home.
I discovered her Annapurna Center through a friend and came for some colonics with an eye towards a possible gall bladder flush. Whooooooee! The colonics alone are worth the price of admission. What a joy it is to watch years and years of accumulated and toxic buildup and parasites get washed out of your life for good. I decided to make changes in my travel plans and stay the full week and try the gall bladder flush. It was the best decision I’ve made in a long time. A person doing this therapy needs to have a certain amount of dedication, because the process can be a little uncomfortable and tiring as things get loosened up inside. I stuck with Robin, though, as she ushered me through the ins and outs of it rather like a mother hen. And what a success it was. We watched as stones, stones, stones and more stones traveled down the pipe and out. The actual release brought this dry eyed guy to tears as I realized the sorrow of having carried them for so long with all their harmful effects, and the joy of release and cleanliness inside.
It is a precious thing and already so beneficial even one day afterwards. This morning my eyes were bright and clean and well lubricated, with none of their usual puffiness, or dry, scratchy stinging feelings. Yay! And I’m so light and limber. Even yesterday right after the flush I was skipping and jumping like a frisky boy. My body is free of the stiffness and heaviness I’ve become accustomed to. In addition, semi-arthritic joint pains are gone.
I’m so thankful I did this flush, and plan to return to it as often as necessary to get every last toxic stone out of there. It’s my prayer that more and more of use discover the benefits of this deep cleanse, and restore our gall bladders to the full functioning state they were designed for.
From what I understand, gall bladder removal surgery is the second most common of all surgeries, so chances are pretty good that nearly all of us have some troubles with our own gall bladder. I certainly did, despite six or seven years of intense health consciousness in diet. So why cut it out, or live with a clogged and barely functioning one, when in a week’s time and with some kind and gentle therapy you can have a healthy one??
Hooray for Robin and her peaceful and pleasant home, gardens and spa in beautiful Port Townsend, Washington. I know I’ll be returning.
Sincerely and Gratefully,